February 17, 2012 05:37:11 PM IST Joginder Tuteja, Glamsham Editorial
The countdown has begun. Shooting of Karisma Kapoor's comeback vehicle DANGEROUS ISHQ is through, the film is all set to compete in Cannes Film festival and promotional activities are all set to kick-start with just less than three months remaining for its theatrical release. While Bollywood lovers as well as fans and followers of Karisma wait for her much hyped comeback, director Vikram Bhatt reveals that he has already shown the film to his mentor Mahesh Bhatt for his inputs.
"Yes, I did show half of my film to Mahesh Bhatt saab before going to Jodhpur and took his inputs on how the film was shaping. He was quite happy with what he saw and also gave me a few tips on how I could tighten things further. As much as I want DANGEROUS ISHQ to do well, Bhatt saab too wants it to be a hit," informs Vikram. CHECK OUT: Vikram Bhatt- DANGEROUS ISHQ wasn't designed just for Karisma
This pretty much reinforces the point that all is now well between Vikram and his Bhatts. Though they did have their fair share of misunderstandings and disagreements that resulted in a fallout a few years back, the team is together now with RAAZ 3, hence ignoring the past and moving on to the future.
"Well honestly, working with Mahesh and Mukesh Bhatt is like coming back to the house," smiles Vikram, "We wish each other well when it comes to our films. If I want their JANNAT 2 to do well, they too are rooting for my DANGEROUS ISHQ.